Moringa Makes a Splash at Expo West with Celebrity Chefs and Margaritas

OAKLAND, CA. Feb 28, 2017 — Kuli Kuli, America’s leading moringa brand, makes a splash at Expo West by showcasing their Pure Moringa powder in a celebrity chef showdown and in their now famous Moringa Margaritas. Kuli Kuli recently announced their $4.25M Series A financing led by Kellogg’s eighteen94 capital. The company has tripled in size every year since launching onto the market in 2014.

Kuli Kuli’s Pure Moringa powder will be featured in KeHe’s “CareTrade Celebrity Chef Showdown” at 2:15 pm on Friday March 10 at KeHe’s booth #2663. The showdown will consist of having celebrity chefs Chef Claudia Sandoval and Chef Jeff Rossman create dishes using Kuli Kuli’s Pure Moringa Vegetable powder that will then be evaluated by a panel of judges. On Saturday,  Kuli Kuli will be hosting a Moringa Margarita Happy Hour at 4 pm at booth #2494.

Based in Oakland, California, Kuli Kuli is a rapidly growing CPG startup that has introduced moringa to the US market through unique superfood products. A complete plant protein, moringa trees grow in semiarid and tropical areas. Its leaves, pods and oil are an excellent  source of iron, calcium, Vitamin A, and other nutrients.

Kuli Kuli is the first company to receive investment from Kellogg’s venture capital fund eighteen94. The fund launched in June 2016 to invest primarily in companies pursuing next-generation innovation. It bolstered Kellogg Company’s access to cutting-edge ideas and trends.

About Kuli Kuli

Kuli Kuli is the leading moringa superfood brand in America. We provide high quality and nutritious moringa, which provides a good source of iron, calcium, vitamins, and antioxidants. Additionally, our moringa provides a complete protein with all 9 essential amino acids. Kuli Kuli’s delicious Moringa Superfood Bars, Pure Moringa Powder, Energizing Moringa Herbal Tea, and Moringa Green Energy shots make it easy for Americans to get their greens on the go while helping to plant moringa trees and support women farmers in the developing world. To learn more, visit